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The Glory of Self: The Selfishness of Man and the Secret of Jesus Christ
by Jeremy M Thayer   

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Publisher:  CreateSpace ISBN-10:  1477625054 Type: 
Pages: 

176

Copyright:  July 1, 2012 ISBN-13:  9781477625057
Non-Fiction

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You deserve to live in freedom.
You deserve to have joy in your life.
You deserve to overcome your pain.
The Glory of Self: The Selfishness of Man and the Secret of Jesus Christ will truly change your life if you have the inner courage to let it!

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The Glory of Self: The Selfishness of Man and the Secret of Jesus Christ

"A Thinker's book for today's modern world of great idiocy" - PrLog 
 
What is man?  
Why are we what we are?  
Why do people act the way that they do?  
Why do we exist?  
 
These kinds of questions plague the hearts and minds of people all over the world, every second of every day. In this new book by author Jeremy M. Thayer, there are real answers to those questions, as well as solutions to your daily struggles and pain. This is a book written for all who dwell in the doldrums of endless questioning and mystery. 
 
You deserve to live in freedom.  
You deserve to have joy in your life.  
You deserve to overcome your pain.  
The Glory of Self: The Selfishness of Man and the Secret of Jesus Christ will truly change your life if you have the inner courage to let it!  
 
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Probably one of the greatest tragedies of the enigma that is ‘human kind’ is the self-made illusion of races. The deviant idea of “you are different” has destroyed more people than probably all of the weapon fare, gunfire, and bombs exploded throughout the centuries.
If you haven’t already noticed in the scripture text from the last chapter, there is no mention of the color or race in God’s creations.
There is no part in script where God lists “…this day have I created thee, a Black man.” Or that Man interjects, “…and Adam spoke and called the White Woman Eve, because she was the mother of all Honkies.”
That may be rather humorous… but the truth is from the beginning, Man had certain ‘attributes’ that were placed in him by God.
Those attributes came out of the dust of the ground, and we are all formed from the same. They did not come later or suddenly appear like magic throughout the ages. These attributes were not hailed by either God or Man as a specific race, color, or ethnicity. Man did not regard himself as Colored, Negro, Yellow, Redman, Vanilla, or any other terrible racial misnomer.
He was simply “Man” or “Adam” and his wife “Woman” or “Eve.” I believe that Adam’s children could have looked like modern-day Asian, just as much as they could have been today’s version of Black or White.
These attributes existed from Man’s creation and were passed down from generation to generation. Only until one day, Man with his selfishness and wicked deviance looked upon his brother and said “You look different than I do…therefore you MUST BE different than I am.” Again, this was not so in the beginning.
From that horrible moment on, Man has separated himself from those he deems as ‘different’ and has tried to justify his actions ever since. This separation that has carried many different shapes and forms throughout the ages, and I must greatly expound, is not based upon a single ounce of truth.
Race, like many bad ideas in this world; is a gross lie. It too is based upon selfishness and the exaltation of social, economic, or class position for the benefit of self.
“Push one man down, to absorb what is his.”



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